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Activism regarding Eastern European psychiatric human rights violations.

News Item Declaration from protest of Eastern European Psychiatric Congress
A nonviolent protest using banners and guerilla theater was held in and outside of the "First Eastern European Psychiatric Congress" in Thessaloniki, Greece on 21 September 2007. The protest was by the Pan-Hellenic Coalition for Psychiatric Reform. There is a link to a brief video of the action that you may watch.
Google Video Video of protest of Eastern European Psychiatric Congress
This is a brief video of a nonviolent protest using banners and guerilla theater at the "First Eastern European Psychiatric Congress" in Thessaloniki, Greece on 21 September 2007. The protest was by the Pan-Hellenic Coalition for Psychiatric Reform.
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